Revenue up two per cent at firm
Turnover at Dundas and Wilson has gone up two per cent to £62 million.
The law firm said profit per equity partner for the 2010/2011 financial year had risen from £317,000 to £325,000.
Donald Shaw, managing partner, said: "This is an acceptable set of results, particularly given the challenging trading conditions across the legal services market. We have always had an efficient business model which allows us to maintain and grow a sustainable long term business to better serve and provide value for our clients.
"In our key sectors of expertise we have been successful in winning a number of major new and extended panel appointments which position us very well for the future.
"Counter cyclical areas such as restructuring and recovery and litigation continue to perform strongly and, in spite of continuing challenging economic conditions, our real estate practice has also been a major contributor to our overall performance."
The full accounts have still to be submitted to Companies House.